|Including elders' voices: a model for gerontology curriculum design in higher education: a dissertation - Gelish-Gugliucci, Marilyn Rose|
This study has proposed a new model for gerontology curriculum design. The model involves elders at two levels: designing gerontology courses/programs and participating in the students' learning experiences… The proposed curriculum model is framed within progressive and confluent curriculum ideologies: thereby, supporting experiential learning, personal growth, integration of attitudes, feelings, emotions, and relevance...
Keywords: Gerontology -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
|Talk among the dragonflies and dalmations: an investigation of communicative competence in a pre-kindergarten classroom: a dissertation - Goldberg, Lauren Foley|
A year-long ethnographic study of young children's language was conducted in a pre-kindergarten classroom. The investigation focused on the teachers' direct instruction and the children's emerging communicative competence in the rules and structure of group conversation. The class "Morning Meeting" was recorded once or twice a week for the entire year; a subset of these recordings formed the data set for the analysis...
Keywords: Children -- Language -- Research
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|Dynamics of teachers' aesthetic engagement with children's literature: a dissertation - Griffith, Susan C.|
This research study seeks to bring the missing voices of teachers into the conversation about teaching and learning children's literature at the college level. Grounded in an empirical base that affirms a need for this perspective, the study investigates and describes the dimensions, patterns and variations that constitute the dynamics of engagement that characterize teachers' experiences with children's literature as aesthetic experiences of adult reading...
Keywords: Children's literature -- Study and teaching (Higher)